Abstract

Interest in materials that exhibit photorefractivity has been very intense, owing to their capabilities for low-power optical-wave mixing applications, including phase conjugation, image and signal processing, and holographic storage. Currently, two classes of photorefractive materials have been developed: (i) inorganic and semiconductor crystals1 and (ii) polymers.2

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